Ignatius and the Swords of Nostaw

Ignatius and the Swords of Nostaw

Ignatius and the Swords of Nostaw by D. A. MucciPublished by St. Barts PublishingPublished October 19, 2021I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review The towering stone Castle Maol, the unrivaled seat of power in the Kingdom of Skye, sat inland almost bereft of life. Once known for its inspirational…

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New TBR Game! | January TBR

New TBR Game! | January TBR

I have been loving the readathons lately. They have somehow helped me pick books to read and have been pulling me out of this reading slump. I still feel myself getting over the slump. Or maybe my love of reading is changing. I just don’t seem to want to read like I used to and so find myself putting books down even though I’m enjoying them. Then instead of picking them back up after a few weeks, I end up picking something new. The readathons have helped me focus and give me a reason to finish the book. Even though I’ve decided not to throw in punishments if I don’t finish the TBR due to life likely getting in the way, I hope this game will still give some motivation for me to read the books.

5 Tips to Get Out of a Reading Slump

5 Tips to Get Out of a Reading Slump

Seems like these days, many of us have been trying to find our new normal, and part of it is dealing with a reading slump. To get out of a reading slump, first you must be careful to best identify what kind of slump it is. Are you in a slump because you are just tired of reading? Are you tired of reading your favorite genre? Do you feel guilty you are not prioritizing things on your to do list? Here are a few tips to help get out of the slumps.

Sunday Post #88: Cleaning up

Sunday Post #88: Cleaning up

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly over on the Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news of what happened in your life, what’s coming up on your blog, or recap posts shared.

Review: Winter’s Fury

Review: Winter’s Fury

Almost right from page 1, I was hooked. The writing in this, did something I had not experienced in a long time. I picked it up and did not want to stop. I had a hard time finding “good places” to stop for the night, or before going to start my work day, and all too often, had to put it down desperate to know what was about to happen. I became slightly more productive at work because I was so focused on getting what I needed to done, because I wanted to get back to the story as quickly as possible.

Sunday Post #87: Casual NaNoWriMo

Sunday Post #87: Casual NaNoWriMo

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly over on the Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news of what happened in your life, what’s coming up on your blog, or recap posts shared.

Sunday Post #85: Settling Down

Sunday Post #85: Settling Down

Hello Pixies! It’s been a long while. I’ve had some family troubles I’ve been dealing with, plus was struggling with a reading slump. I think I am finally kicking the slump though, and the family troubles seem to be mostly settled at the moment, so I’m hoping I will be able to show up here…

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